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Norwalk, Iowa
February 8, 2018     N. Warren Town and County News
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1" Page Four N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, February 8, 2018 J INEIGHBORHOOD NOTESI Simpson College congratulates students named to the 2017 fall semester President's List. Students named to the President's List earned a 4.OGPA. Area students include Christopher Bowles of Norwalk. Simpson College congratulates students named to the 2017 fall semester Dean's List. Students named to the Dean's List earned a 3.7 to 3.99 GPA. Local students include Robert Lundquist, Bailey Neifert, Amron Born, Jaycie Owens, Bethany Jones, and Jacob Potratz, all of Norwalk; and Erin Marshall of Cumming. The Mercy College Scholarship Selection Committee has announced that Sam Long and Lucy Makokha, Norwalk, students at Mercy College of Health Sciences in Des Moines, have each received a scholarship for the 2017-18 academic year. Both students received the Quasi-Endowment Scholarship. Funded with gifts from the General Scholarship Fund, these scholarships are awarded to students admitted to the College as full- and part-time students, and meeting the College admission GPA or progression GPA requirement. University of Northern Iowa has named students to their Fall 2017 semester Dean's List. To be included on the list, a student must have earned a grade point of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, while taking at least 12 hours of graded work during the semester. Area students include: Madelyn Stillman of Cumming; Clare Anderson, Fidei Beattie, Ashley Campbell, Katelyn Campbell, Rachel Feikema, Rachel Fielweber, Blake Glenn, Kenzie Hamlett, Gabrielle Mauro, Sonny Onken, Kalei Owens, Darian Sleeth, Ashley Thronson, William Tuttle, Andrew Welden, Kiley Westhoff, and Tyler Whitehead, all of Norwalk; and Emily Murphy and Jack Murphy, of Prole. University of Northern Iowa has awarded degrees to 890 fall graduates. This includes Ashley Thronson of Norwalk, who received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Students named to the University of Iowa fall 2017 Dean's List include Andrew Couch, Emily Flood, Paul Frederick, Aaron Gremler, Krisanne Myers, and Natalie Thilges, all of Cumming; Amanda Archer, Emalyn Castaneda, Lilly Corrigan, Jordyn Cox, Rachel Crady, Rachel Frescoln, Carter Gornick, Carly Gosch, Elly Hofmaier, Alec LaVelle, Jenna Riordan, and Matthew Stefan, all of Norwalk; and Lauren Noga of Prole. The following area students received their degrees from the University of Iowa at the close c;f the fall 2017 semester: WendyBatchelder of Cumming, MBA- MBA Executive Program; Trevor Gingrich, MBA-MBA Executive Program; Alec LaVelle, BSE-Industrial Engineering; Adrienne Messer, BSN; and Jacob Newman, BBA-Finance; BBA-Management, all of Norwalk; and Andrew Sherer of Spring Hill, BA-Mathematics; BS-Actuarial Science; CER-Risk Management and Insurance. Simpson College congratulates the following Norwalk students who graduated in the winter of 2017: Robert Lundquist graduated Cum Laude with a BA in sports administration; Lisa McGilvra graduated with a BA in biology; Hannah Clark graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in elementary education and liberal arts; Lucas Anctil graduated with a BA in criminal justice; and Erika Bach graduated Cum Laude with a BA in English. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice of Sheriffs Levy and Sale WARREN COUNTY 8HERIFP8 OFFICE PO BOX 337j IND{ANOLA, IA S0/28 (8tU) $et-1122 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY STATE OF IOWA ) D ~ N . (See NO-) l~ ~370) l ) ss co No. : cOU ) PLAINTIFF : FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION ('FANNIE MAE"). A CORPORATION ORGANIEZED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMER1C ~. 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A. ]- 4-H Foundation Soup Supper Held to Assist 4-H Youth Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Warren County held a soup supper at the American Legion Hall in Indianola on Saturday, January 27th to support their 4-H program and the Warren County youth that participate in it. "The Warren County 4-H Foundation was able to give out college scholarship to two very active and well deserving Warren County 4-Hers for the first time in 2017," President of the Warren County 4-H Foundation, Kathy McCoy said. Aside from helping individual 4-Hers, the 4-H Soup Supper has also raised funds for the Foundation to give out four $965 grants and purchase 11 club kits for Warren County 4-H Clubs. The Foundation also purchased a podium to be used by 4-H and Extension. The Warren County 4-H Foundation is excited to continue supporting Warren County youth and their leaders by using the funds from Saturday to continue making a difference in their community. Master Gardeners Offer Winter Webcasts The Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Master Gardener program will host Growing Season webcasts this winter. Master Gardeners will gain educational hours while learning about starting vegetable seeds and growing transplants, managing volunteers and building food security partnerships. The two-hour webcasts are scheduled at the ISU Extension and Outreach Warren office for February 13th and February 27th. February 13th, 6:00 p.m. - Garden Helpers, presented by Aaron Steil, assistant director of Reiman Gardens, and Laura Irish, graduate research assistant in horticulture at Iowa State University. Explore best practices for managing volunteers from Reiman Gardens. Learn about how Master Gardeners are volunteering as citizen scientists contributing to research. February 27th, 6:00 p.m. - Food Security Partners, presented by Tittie Good and Laura Liechty, youth and 4-H program specialists with ISU Extension and Outreach, and Carrie Chennault, graduate research assistant in agricultural education and studies at Iowa State. Hear how Master Gardeners are building projects that increase community food security. Also find out how to expand project partnerships with 4-H youth and volunteers. The webcasts will provide ideas for Master Gardener volunteer projects and expand the knowledge base of volunteers. Master Gardeners can gain continuing education hours for participating in the webcasts. To register, contact Cortney Garrington at or 515-961- 6237. The webcasts are free of charge and open to anyone who may be interested. Funding for the webcasts is provided by the USDA SNAP-Education program. Hwy 28, Prole Cash & Carry Available All Occaelon Florist Weddings Funerals Birthdays Holidays Just Because